July 24, 2016
This message looks at the path of wisdom with self-control and shows how the secret to being able to control ourselves is to find our satisfaction in all things in Christ.
July 17, 2016
Proverbs: various passages
This message looks at how we use our words and examines the path of foolishness and the path of wisdom. The default path of the fallen human heart is destruction, and yet, through Jesus, we can learn to speak again -- for the good of others.
July 10, 2016
This message looks at what the Proverbs says about anger and how Jesus perfectly walked the path of wisdom with his anger. It specifically seeks to answer three key questions...
July 3, 2016
Proverbs 16:18; 15:33
This message mines the Proverbs for the theme of pride and humility. It investigates our foolish propensity to be prideful and contrasts it with the divine humility portrayed by Jesus, whom we are to emulate.
June 26, 2016
Proverbs 3:5-6; 30:1-4
This introductory message to this series on Proverbs looks into the nature and value of Proverbs, wisdom, and how Jesus fully walked the path of wisdom for us.
June 19, 2016
This final message of the series on spiritual disciplines looks at the heart and ultimate goal of the disciplines: imitating the Father and growing in maturity to become like Him.
June 12, 2016
This message looks at the nature and reality of sin as the ultimate human disaster. It also advocates for the value of cultivating the discipline of confession and accountability and for seeing these things as a sweet gift from the God who loves us.
June 5, 2016
This message looks at yokes, oxen, and Jesus' invitation to a lifestyle of discipleship. We will only find rest for our souls as we take up the easy yoke of Christ and work alongside him.
May 29, 2016
This message engages with the spiritual discipline of service, not in deed only, but service that comes from a heart of love.
May 22, 2016
Does what we do to relax and rest really end up restoring our souls? This message looks at the spiritual discipline of rest and restoration and how we can establish rhythms of restoration and recreation in our lives, not only for our own good, but also for the good of those around us.